Tag Archives: Computer Peripheral

Here’s Razer First Gaming Monitor And It Is A Thing Of Beauty

Alright folks. If you are in market for a gaming monitor, or just any monitor, you may want to hold out for this baby, called Raptor, from Razer. Coming in at 27-inch, Razer’s first gaming monitor is described as an esports-ready display with fast response rates, HDR support, Razer Chroma integration (but of course!), and a super cool built-in cable management. The monitor will make its appearance at this year’s CES as an “early-design-phase” model, but rest assure it is happening. Continue reading Here’s Razer First Gaming Monitor And It Is A Thing Of Beauty

ASUS Think Its A Good Idea To Combine A Router And Smart Speaker

Now, here’s a gadget from ASUS that we see as a potential solution to “too many gadgets.” Called ASUS Lyra Voice, this sleek piece of gadget is a tri-band WiFi router with AiMesh and a smart speaker, specifically, with Amazon Alexa integration. Also, it is a Bluetooth speaker that boasts ASUS and DTS audio technology. Basically, with Lyra Voice, you can own one device instead of three. Aesthetically, it looks nothing like a router. There are no unsightly antennas, which may be a good thing and honestly, it looks like a half-size sound bar more than anything. Continue reading ASUS Think Its A Good Idea To Combine A Router And Smart Speaker

Brilliant Concept Portable Hard Drive’s Enclosure Is Also Its Packaging

This is Stripe, a concept portable hard drive by Industrial product designer Do Kyoung LEE. One look, you know this ain’t no ordinary drive. Ordinary it is not. LEE’s Stripe addresses two thorny issues associated with portable hard drive. First, the shock protection and second, packaging. To address the first concern (i.e. shock protection), LEE proposed a grill-like design made of flexible rubber, as opposite to the rigid plastic used in many so-called rugged portable hard drives. Continue reading Brilliant Concept Portable Hard Drive’s Enclosure Is Also Its Packaging

LG To Debut Massive 49-inch UltraWide Computer Monitor At CES 2019

No. What you see here is not a two-monitor setup. Neither image stretched horizontally. It is one single UltraWide computer monitor from LG. Set to debut at CES 2019 are the 49-inch LG UltraWide Monitor (49WL95) and the 38-inch UltraGear Gaming Monitor (38GL950G) that offers an incredibly expansive aspect ratio of 32:9 and 21:9, respectively. And they are both curved monitor. That kind of makes Philips Momentum 43-inch 4K LED Monitor seems a tad small, isn’t it? Continue reading LG To Debut Massive 49-inch UltraWide Computer Monitor At CES 2019

Here’s A Gorgeous, Yet Very Un-Razer Mechanical Keyboard From Razer

Razer is synonymous with gaming, but productivity? Not so much, well, unless you count broadcast equipment as ‘productivity’ peripherals. Then, Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard came along. If I am not mistaken, this is the first keyboard that the publicly traded gaming lifestyle company has designed with work and play in mind. Razer BlackWidow Lite Keyboard is a mechanical keyboard with the unmistakable Razer design, but with a dose of seriously lend to it. Razer described it as having “a sleek, minimalistic profile” that will fit professional environment. Continue reading Here’s A Gorgeous, Yet Very Un-Razer Mechanical Keyboard From Razer

LaCie Outs Super Thin, Portable SSD With USB-C For Creative Professionals

If looks and performance of a portable hard drive are of equal importance to you, then Seagate own external storage specialist, LaCie, is the go-to brand. It has been a while since we last featured LaCie here and the company’s latest portable storage, LaCie Portable SSD, sure will not disappoint in either department. Aimed squarely at creative professionals who uses MacBook, LaCie Portable SSD is a super thin, ultra compact portable SSD that boasts up to 540 MB/s read and 500 MB/s write speeds, with the looks to kill. OK. Maybe it is not nearly as cool as the last SSD we saw from Samsung, but still, it is a very aesthetically-pleasing device. Continue reading LaCie Outs Super Thin, Portable SSD With USB-C For Creative Professionals

This Is ASUS RT-AX88U, The World’s First Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router

Today’s wireless routers are running out of puff, attributed by the growing number of wireless devices we have at home. In view of this, Wi-Fi 6 was developed. Wi-Fi 6 is based on the IEEE 802.11ax standard that enables it to cope with this growing demands, at home, at work and in public places. It can even deal with dense environments such as stadiums and other public venues like library where large amount of people connects to a single wireless router. Moreover, the sixth generation wireless standard promised to lower battery consumption in Wi-Fi 6 devices. Continue reading This Is ASUS RT-AX88U, The World’s First Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Router

Here’s How To Get The Not-For-Sale Logitech G x Battlefield V Gaming Gear

I have this thing for purple hued gadgets. Actually, no. I never knew purple would look this rad on gadgets, specifically on mouse, keyboard and headphones, until now. Needless to say, I immediately fell head over heels over these Logitech G x Battlefield V Gaming Gear. Logitech G has partnered with DICE and Electronic Arts for a series of collectible Battlefield V gaming gear which, much to my dismay, are not for sale anywhere in the world. Instead, they can only be acquired through Logitech G and EA sweepstakes and giveaways. Continue reading Here’s How To Get The Not-For-Sale Logitech G x Battlefield V Gaming Gear

Orbital 2 Is A Creative Joystick That Wants To Replace Keyboard Shortcuts

If you ever worked with the older CAD programs, you may be familiar with a bank of dials that is used for intuitive control. The Orbital 2 Creative Joystick from Tokyo startup Brain Magic Inc. is a similar device to that, but with just one joystick-like device. Orbital 2 (also known as ‘O2’) aims to replace keyboard shortcuts used by digital artists and creatives. The device resembles an old game controller and offers over 200 commands in a design that promised to trim away excessive shortcuts, hand cramps, and what creative field known as “creative fatigue.” Continue reading Orbital 2 Is A Creative Joystick That Wants To Replace Keyboard Shortcuts

Samsung’s First Thunderbolt 3 Portable SSD: Too Fast, Too Gorgeous

It has been a long while since we seen any portable storage as ‘sleek’ and this long while has been interrupted by Samsung Portable SSD X5. One look and you will know why. Aesthetically, it is not your typical squared off storage; it has curves that seem to suggest a sports car vibe to it. It appears to be aerodynamic, even though it probably isn’t and it needed none. Continue reading Samsung’s First Thunderbolt 3 Portable SSD: Too Fast, Too Gorgeous